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Half Wild by Senryu

Senryu
Half Wild
2011

“A Change of Heart”
“Great. Expectations.”
“The Last to Let Go”
“Thunder Shook the House”
“(finally found my)”
“Halfwild Boys”
“Take Yourself Apart”
“Hyperventilator”
“Memory Zero”
“Before it Happens”

Senryu is Zac Fallon, Andres & Dan McCormack, Steven Rodgers, Jeff McClain & William Wright

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Eric Nowinski

Artwork by Jenna Hancock.

Executive producer: Arrison Kirby

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Inkling by Senryu

Senryu
Inkling
2010

“Missing Page of Memory”
“MorningKidNightKid”
“Inklings”
“The Best Weak”
“A Trail of Asterisks ”
“Up We Go”
“Obsess Much”
“Fang X Fang”
“I Hope You Don’t Burn in Hell (Just Kidding)”
“Natural Regretter”
“Can You Hear Those Trumpets?”

Produced by Zoe Ruth-Erwin & Senryu

Wil Wright – guitar, vocals, music
Steven Rodgers – drums, music
Dan McCormack – guitar, music
Andres McCormack – bass, music

Additional recording by Arrison Kirby, Eric Harvey & Wil Wright.

Cecilia Miller – cello
Daniel Hart – violin
Natalie Kimbro – violin
Ariel Saldivar – duet vocals
Zoe Ruth-Erwin – duet vocals
Jeff McClain – additional vocals
Zachary Fallon – additional vocals
Savanna Ellis – reading
Ruth Carey – reading

Art Direction by Jordan Noel at GingerGroupDesigns.

Recorded around Knoxville, TN.
Drums recorded at El Studio.

“Inkling (Two Missing B’s and a Microphone)” – by Senryu vs. Arrison Kirby vs. Beck

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photograph by Caleb W.

“Inklings (Two Missing B’s and a Microphone)” – Senryu vs. Arrison Kirby vs. Beck

“Inklings” was the first song from the new Senryu album to REALLY hit me.  It did the first time I heard it and the effects lasted a good deal beyond that time.

Its BPM is just a little bit faster than that of some bonus beats from Beck’s “Where It’s At” session.  So I slowed down Beck and stuck the two together.  After a little bit of tweaking, editing and remastering,  the result is a “clubbier” version of “Inklings.”

I think there is something psychic intertwining these two pieces of music intrinsically.  The imposition of one over the other is nearly dead on as the course of each song changes.  Perhaps it’s merely a fanciful, random intermingling of sounds in time with each other, but I think there is something more veiled and godlike at play.